- Within the framework of the relations of friendship and cooperation which unite Togo and Chad, H.E.Prof. Robert DUSSEY, Minister of Foreign Affairs, of Regional Integration and Togolese Abroad, to carried out a visit to the official de travail à N’Djamena will be sold on July 30, 2021.
- During this visit, he was received in audience by his H.E. General Mahamat Idriss Déby, President of the Transitional Military Council to whom he delivered a message from H.E.M. Faure Essozimna GNASSINGBE, President of the Togolese Republic.
- During their meeting, Minister DUSSEY made known, on behalf of H.E.M. Faure Essozimna GNASSINGBE, to H.E. The General Mahamat Idriss Déby all the congratulations of Togo for the efforts that need to cease to deplete from the cadre of the organization of the transition peace and even from the country.
- The Minister DUSSEY to also encouraged the President of the Military Council of transition to pursue efforts in view of the tenuous effective of the national dialogue including taking into account political parties, civil society and politico-militaristic groups.
- General Mahamat Idriss Déby to emerge, on behalf of the Chadian people, the President of Togolese for the involvement of Togo in the search for consensual solutions to the various crises that affect Africa in general and in particular threaten stability in the Sahel and peace in Chad.
- Minister DUSSEY also had an interview with his Chadian counterpart. On the occasion, the two Foreign Ministers made a large exchange of your questions on the questions of common bilateral and multilateral order.
- Addressing bilateral questions, the deux Ministers are happy to honor the excellence of relations and cooperation that exist between Togo and Chad and express their will to work on the enforcement of these, particularly in the political, economic, scientific, cultural fields , tourism, agriculture and education, etc.
- At the multilateral plan, the two Ministers expressed their concerns regarding the recrudescence of terrorism in Africa; reaffirm their firm condemnation of this scourge in all its forms and called for the pooling of efforts and the pursuit of international cooperation to eradicate this scourge.
Done in N’Djamena, July 30, 2021.